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Deep Ellum is one of the hottest spots to visit in Dallas. While there, you might get hungry, so we’ve compiled a list of the best restaurants to visit. Whether you’re craving American food, Japanese, barbecue or Lebanese, there’s something to satisfy every palate in Deep Ellum.
Zatar Lebanese Tapas & Bar is a chic eatery in Deep Ellum, serving up tasty delicacies of Lebanon. There’s a modern interpretation to some of the dishes, as well as classics that any Mediterranean food lover will enjoy. Try the muhammara, a roasted red bell pepper dip with pureed walnuts and pomegranate molasses, or the deep fried balls of mashed lentils and caramelized onions, known as moujadara. Pair a Lebanese wine with cheese cigars and moussaka, or be adventurous and try one of its cocktails with Greek liqueur and order a hookah. Deep Ellum’s Zatar is a welcoming place that helps all visitors to explore new tastes and flavors.
Deep Sushi has been the main staple of Japanese food in Deep Ellum since 1996. As the name implies, its specialty is sushi, but it also serves Japanese favorites like teppan yaki such as grilled scallops or beef tenderloin, fire-grilled snapper and tempura shrimp. The sushi is fresh and the atmosphere is relaxed, making for a great Japanese foodie experience in Deep Ellum.
For modern American eats in Deep Ellum, IdleRye is the place to visit. It serves shareable plates, like tater tots and crab cakes. Its pastas – corn dumplings and pierogi – are delightful, but not outmatched by plates of schnitzel, New York strip, pork chops or steak frites. Even if you just stop by for a drink, IdleRye’s cool atmosphere and specialty cocktails with fresh ingredients are sure to make for a special evening in Deep Ellum.